Students shared their stories and heard tips on domestic violence prevention from guest speaker Pamela Jesse.
“Take Back the Night” is an event held on many college campuses to bring awareness to sexual assault and domestic abuse. Many on-campus organizations participated in this years demonstration on LBSU campus.
In the spirit of domestic violence awareness month, symposium “Behind the Screens: Domestic Violence and Technology” was held at the Anatol Center Wednesday and dissected the concept of “power and control.” The strategy combats the typical “perpetrator-survivor” analysis, in which the perpetrator and survivor are identified in a gender-based violence,[Read More…]
As modern day smart devices are connected to the GPS tracking system for our daily convenience, privacy diminishes and the chance of domestic abuse occurring increases, according to a Social Science Plus Pilot research. To discuss how to counter these issues and more, the Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship will[Read More…]
Domestic violence – Officers received a call requesting assistance in regard to a situation involving domestic violence, which initially occurred in parking structure one at 6:19 a.m. April 12. Both the victim and suspect had left the scene before officers arrived, but were subsequently located on 3722 Lomina Ave. The[Read More…]
Common procedure for handling a physically abusive relationship is to call the authorities and get away from the abuser as quickly as possible — Mimi Kim said she believes there’s another way. With a renewal of a two-year grant from the Blue Shield Foundation of California, Kim, assistant professor for[Read More…]
A decision made Oct. 20 by the district attorney not to charge a Long Beach councilmember for driving under the influence on June has raised questions and concern within the community, including a recall effort. Last week the Los Angeles District Attorney, Jackie Lacey, decided not to charge District 2[Read More…]
Womenshelter of Long Beach held its 11th annual Domestic Violence Awareness Month event on Saturday to engage with the community over the importance of healthy relationships. The event took place in the parking lot of the Teachers Association of Long Beach on Atlantic Avenue. It began with speeches by Supervisor[Read More…]
Auto burglaries – The first of four auto burglaries last week occurred at 5 p.m. on Oct. 2. A student reported their car battery stolen from Parking Structure 3. The vehicle is described to the University Police Department as being a 1993 Honda. A second call for UPD regarding a[Read More…]
Domestic abuse can intimidate and immobilize victims, and students attending a recent forum in the University Student Union at Cal State Long Beach were privy to a plethora of techniques to regain and maintain an edge in the fight against domestic violence and abuse Thursday night. Self-defense training and resources[Read More…]